A federal judge from Montana has blocked the construction of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. US District Judge Brian Morris said the 2017 Trump government's decision to push the project "disfellowships" on the impact of the 1184-mile pipeline on Obama's climate. The construction of the $ 8 billion project, which should begin next year, is now closed until the State Department completes a complementary environmental review.
In late 2015, President Barack Obama rejected the pipeline, saying it would undermine the US leadership in the fight against climate change. However, President Trump reversed the decision shortly after his swearing-in. The US State Department argued that climate change issues were less of a concern in 201
The ruling is a rare victory for environmental groups who see their cause thwarted by the Trump government In addition to funds for the Environmental Protection Agency, the government also appointed a leader who once asked if global warming was a bad thing at all.The government has also taken back a lot of Obama's environmental protection in terms of vehicle emissions and clean energy withdrawn from the Paris Climate Agreement.